CeBIT 2007 coverage: Point of View, Zotac and Razer

Posted on Wednesday, Mar 21 2007 @ 01:21 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
TechPowerup went to CeBIT and informed me about of articles of the products they've spotted over there in Hanover. Here's a short roundup:

CeBIT 2007: Point of View
You may know Point Of View as they have been producing graphic cards for quite some time now. Their entire line-up features a lot more. The company booth shows off their complete line-up of cases, a slew of accessories like mouse pads, gaming and bluetooth headsets, speakers and digital picture frames. To top things off, Point Of View is displaying factory overclocked cards under the EXO brand.

CeBIT 2007: Zotac
Zotac may not be a brand everyone has heard of, but they offer a great line-up of graphic cards. The company is showing off the latest GeForce 8800 based graphic cards as well as different passively cooled GeForce 7 Series cards. On top of that an nForce 570 and nForce 405 mATX board can be found at their booth.

CeBIT 2007: Razer
At the Razer booth you could take a good look at their revolutionary speaker system - the Mako. It has been developed together with the engineers of THX to deliver optimum audio performance, without redecorating your whole room. The DSP output is monitored, so you can never overload the system. Also on display was the Razer Pro|Solutions keyboard which is a white styled keyboard with integrated iPod docking station.


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